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HISTORY OF PERSIA

DurancI, Sir Henry, ii. 436

Durand, Sir Mortimer, ii. 137 footnote, 339

fiotmte, 368

Durilu (or Der), Battle of, i. 90
Durrani tribe, the, ii. 306, 311 footnote
Durufsh-i-Kawani (historical standard of

Persia), i. 538
Dutch, the; expeditions to the East, ii.

273, 280, 281 j occupation of Kharak,

375-376    .
DyrracJtuum, i. 339           ff

Ea-gamil, Babylonian King, i, 81

Eannatum, King of Lagaah, i. 69

Eannatum II., King, i. 70

Eastern Church, Independence declared,
1.468

Ecbatana (the modern Hamadan), i, 30,
47, 126, 149, 153, 2765 capture of, by
Alexander, 279-280 ; 287, 299, 309,
336; renamed Epiphanea, 351; 357,

394» 395
1 Echmiadzin, Battle of, ii, 412

" Eclipse, Battle of the," i, 138
-Edeasa, i. 432, 434, 475, 488, 489, 521

Edward I. of England ; life attempted at
Acre, ii. no; correspondence with
Abaga, 180; mission to Persia, 191

Edwards, E., i. 106 footnote, 107, 157 j ii.
138 footnote

Egypt, i. 82, 87 5 conquest of, 92; $54,
157, 162-163, 169, 172, 173, 174, x8o,
1965 rebellion in, 206; rebellion
crushed, 209 ; 210; revolt of, 228 ;
229; campaigns of Artaxerxes, 243
et seq,; reconquest by Artaxerxes III.,
247-249 j annexed by Alexander the
Great, 271-2725 306, 310, 311, 312,
319, 320; spoliation of, by Philip V.
and Antiochus the Great, 340 ; 348,
350 ; evacuated by Antiochus IV., 350-
3515 353, 383; and Zenobia, 435}
530; conquest by Omar, ii. 30 j lost
by Ali, 36 j insurrection in, 74 ; 105

Elam, i, 4, 22, 365 geography and history
of, 41 et seq.; 53 ; meaning of name,
54; Negrito aborigines, 54-55 j Semitic
influences, 55 etseq.; tribes, 56 ; ancient
language, 56-58^5 religion, 58-59 ; Susa,
the ancient capital, 59-61 5 prehistoric
period, 61-63 ; development and growth
of, 64 et **£.; and Babylon, 76 et seq. j
decay of Elamite Empire, 79 j 88 ; war
with Assyria, 89 et wy.; Sennacherib's
campaign, 90-915 first campaign of
Assurbanipal against, 92; 94 j second
campaign of Assurbanipal against, 95 j
third campaign against, 95 j capture and
sack of, 96 j disappearance of, 97 ; 125,
1^8, 129, 141, 151 ; revolt o^ 170-
ii'i 173,203,277,448

^fountains, i, 3, 9, 15-16, 22, 30,

117, 144, 145, 280, 2$I, 283, 284, 328,
329, 332, 469, 543; ii. 54, 109
El-Hasa, i. 445
Elias, Ney, ii, 144 footnote, 196 footnote,
248 footnote
Elizabetpol (the medieval Ganja), i. 483 ;
ii. 140
El-Katif, i. 445
JEliipi, province of, L 121, 128
Ellis, A. G., ii. 210 footnote
Ellis, Sir Henry, ii. 210 footnote
Ellis, Mr,, ii. 407
Elphinstone, Mountstuart, ii. 404 footnote,
431
Elton, John ; pioneer journeys of, ii. 363-
364; 365 ; appointed Naval Constructor
by Nadir Shah, 366, 367
Elymais (Elam), 1/54, 3^4, 356, 372, 393
Emessa, city of (Hims), ii, 30
England 5 Spain and, compared with Persia
nnd Athens, i. 231; intercourse with
Persia in sixteenth century, ii. 249-
253 ; early maritime intercourse with
the East, 273 et sey,; factory at Bushire,
376-377; Afghan question, 395-396;
Anglo-Russian antagonism, 424-425;
second mission to Persia, 428 ; Herat,
432-434 ; first Afghan War, 434-437 r
settlement with Persia, 437-438;
Persian rupture, 450 - 451; Afghan
alliance, 451 ; operations against Persia,
452-454 ; conclusion of peace, 454-455 ;
telegraphic communication with India,
472-473 ; Customs Tariff, 484 ; Anglo-
Russian rivalry, 485-486
Enlil, the god, i. 68
Enzeli, port of, ii. 4x2
*< Ephesus, i. 201, 266, 343, 344; Church
Councils at, 475
- Ephthalites, wide Huns
Epigenes, Seleucid general, i. 335
•Epirus, i. 305, 309, 310, 320, 339, 367
»JErech, i. 50, 68 5 temple of, 71; 72, 74 j
sack of, 79 ; 94, 97
* Eretria, i, 201, 202 ; siege and capture of,
203
JEridu, city of, i. 160
Erij, Prince, i. 143
Erivan, i. 370 5 ii. 255 5 Turkish cam-
paign, 299 ; 300, 328 ; Russian cam-
paign, 412 ^capture of, 419
Erskine, W., ii. 223 footnote
Erzerum, the ancient Theodosiopolis, ii,
220, 248, 263 5 treaty 0^483 '
Esarhaddon, King, i. 91, 92, 94 5 expedi-
tions, 124-125
""Esdraelon, Plain of, ii, 30
Esther, Book of, i, 186, 193, 208
Ethiopia, i. 210, 300
wEtymander, River, the Helmand, i, i
L*Euboea, i. 203, 213, 215, 343
Eucratidas of Bactria, i, 353, 354